The Secret Lake: A children’s mystery adventure

September 21, 2019 - Comment

The Secret Lake A mystery ‘time-slip’ adventure in which Stella and Tom, when trying to find their elderly neighbour’s lost dog, discover a tunnel and lake that take them to their home and its gardens 100 years in the past… Full description

The Secret Lake A mystery ‘time-slip’ adventure in which Stella and Tom, when trying to find their elderly neighbour’s lost dog, discover a tunnel and lake that take them to their home and its gardens 100 years in the past… Full description

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Anonymous says:

A 10/10 rating given by my reluctant reader son I hesitated about buying this book after reading some comments about the book’s size. I’m so glad it did buy it. Firstly, the comments about its size are completely unjustified. Granted, it isn’t war and peace but it doesn’t have any drawings inside and so probably contains as much text as (or even more than) books like Tom Gates. It isn’t too small at all and seems good value for money. Secondly, my son (10) is a very reluctant reader and starts and fails to finish books more times than I…

Anonymous says:

I loved The Secret Lake, it’s the best book ever! I really liked the pictures and the writing pushed me up a level with my reading, I learnt some new words!I liked all the characters because they were exciting, especially the dancing moles.The book was so much fun my mummy had to pull the book away to stop me reading at night! I’d recommend The Secret Lake to children aged 6-12 years old who enjoy mystery, adventure and surprises!Johnny, aged 6 and 3/4

Anonymous says:

More a pamphlet than a book My daughter did enjoy this pamphlet, sorry I mean book. However, when compared to other books it is hugely overpriced, it is literally 30% of the size of most books she reads for the same sort of price. She read it in under 2hrs!!!

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